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Registered: February 2009
Location: Brentwood, Essex UK
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Gave my 'Saved From The Dump' CONTAX RTS II Quartz an outing fitted with 28mm f2.8 Yashica ML lens and a 'Fish-Eye' attachment I was given but rarely use. I tried another of my 'Found in Fridge' Old Kodak Tri-X films with no box so no 'date' and mixed up some Geoffrey Crawley's 'FX-4' Formula to his 1961 formula and used it 1+1 for 10 mins @ 20oC. Negs were a little Under-Developed but I printed on maximum Magenta 130 in my Durst M305 enlarger + 50mm f4 El-Nikkor lens, on Jessops VC 'L' surface.
Date: Fri, 21, December, 2018 Views: 3382
Filesize: 112.3kb, 160.4kb Dimensions: 800 x 648
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Keywords: Fish-Eye, Tri-X , FX-4
Film make, size & rating:: Kodak 35mm Tri-X
Film developer & temp:: Home-Made FX-4 1+1 10 mins @ 20oC
Lens focal length, aperture & speed:: Fish-Eye attachment on 28mm f2.8
Tripod used Y/N:: N
Paper:: Jessops VC L 10x8"
Paper developer & temp:: Home-Made D72 1+2 20oC

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